Since her first recording, featuring the works of Rachmaninov and Liszt, the young Russian pianist continues her way, recluse, demanding, penetrating more in the heart of the musical matter and its secrets as her mastery blooms.
Her latest CD - an independent recording - proposes a significant choice of works of Scriabin (1872-1915), starting with the romantic language of the sonata n°2 (1896) to lead to the satanic Poem, the sonata n°9 (1913). It is a progression in a particular world, where Lankova, in perceptible harmony with the composer, joins the sonorous and the mystic, the form and the spirit.
The play is clear, the lead is natural, the colors are infinite.
La Libre Belgique /Martine D. Mergeay / March 2007